GRT

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GRTGreat
GRTGood Rockin' Tonight
GRTGross Register Tonnage (cargo measurement; shipping)
GRTGlimcher Realty Trust
GRTGene Replacement Therapy
GRTGoruck Tough (team activity)
GRTGrand River Transit (Waterloo, Canada)
GRTGroup Randomized Trial (clinical trial)
GRTGeneral Relativity Theory
GRTGross Receipt Tax
GRTGypsy, Roma and Traveller
GRTGlobal Relief Technologies (Portsmouth, NH)
GRTGroup Rapid Transit
GRTGrand Rapids Technologies (avionic instrument company)
GRTGruppo per le Relazioni Transculturali
GRTGestionnaires de Réseau de Transport (French)
GRTGround Resonance Testing
GRTGermanium Resistance Thermometer
GRTGeneric Real Time
GRTGovernment Rate Tender
GRTGranular Restore Technology (Symantec Inc.)
GRTGround Receive Terminal
GRTGravity Race Tour (cycling)
GRTGold Rush Trail
GRTGround Readiness Test
GRTGeneral Range Types (forestry)
GRTGross Registered Tonnage/Tons
GRTGeneral Radiologic Technologist
GRTGround Radio Transmitter
GRTGeneral Reactor Technology
GRTGovernor Response Tester
GRTGross Requirement Tape
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The Gross Receipts Tax is imposed on the modified gross receipt tax base, which is determined by subtracting purchases from other firms before allocation or apportionment of the tax base to Michigan.
In a five-page resolution, assistant state prosecutor Karla Torres-Cabel said it found 'no probable cause to indict respondents for willful attempt to avoid payment of gross receipt tax for taxable years 2005 to 2014.'
When you are a money changer and a foreign exchange company, you are a nonbank financial intermediary so you are supposed to pay a 5-percent gross receipt tax and are not supposed to be paying value-added tax.
Excluding provisions for credit and impairment losses, operating expenses grew by 19 percent due to higher gross receipt taxes, a 14-percent growth in manpower cost and a 48-percent increase in depreciation, amortization and software costs.
Increases in sales and gross receipt taxes and in individual income taxes helped propel a rise in tax revenue, the first in two years.
5660) to explicitly exclude taxes and fees unique to communication services from the legislation, including rights of way fees, franchise fees, 911 fees, gross receipt taxes, universal service funds, local utility user taxes and excise taxes.
In addition to TEI's policy concerns about gross receipt taxes, we are concerned about the administrative and compliance problems that arise by virtue of the tax's being administered locally.